The Board School, designed by Henry Hall, was erected in 1876 on the site of an Elizabethan farmhouse, overlooking North Street. It has four gables, denoting separate entrances for girls, boys, infants, and the teacher’s house. It is now called Huish Episcopi Primary School. The flagpole base is still there, but there’s no flagpole.
We have two school magazines: the first one was published in 1936 to celebrate their Jubilee; the second in 1937. You can read them here.
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